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  1. Hi guys! I'm trying to solve one big acne mystery. I've been suffering from acne almost 10 years now (I am 23 years old now) and I have tried many things but nothing has helped. Over those years I have eliminated foods that are breaking me out like dairy, sugar(chocolate, sodas, sweets etc.), fried foods, potato chips, nuts, citrus fruit and processed meat (ham, salami...). These are foods that definitely worsen my skin condition. I have even tried for some time vegeterian diet as well as glut
  2. ★★REAL Causes of ACIDOSIS & HEARTBURN★★ Hyperacidity, also called acidosis, is known as the main cause of HEARTBURN, which is a BURNING SENSATION in the esophagus. Esophagus is the foodpipe that connects the throat with the stomach. Oranges, grapefruits, tomatoes, chillies, peppers, mustard, other spices, wine, beer, other alcoholic drinks, tea, coffee, carbonated beverages and many other foods and drinks have been blamed by doctors, medical scientists and nutr
  3. I was a member of this site, acne.org, last summer when my cystic acne was ruining my life. In October I discovered a naturopathic doctor who spoke of “regenerative detoxification” to get my kidneys filtering. After I attained kidney filtration my health issues went away. My cystic acne, head to toe psoriasis, eyelid dermatitis and facial eczema cleared up, and the cysts on my ovaries disappeared, all of these conditions had been created through years of eating the wrong diet and I had created s
  4. I have had this problem ever since I started college back in 2013. I get these swollen lumps under the skin of my forehead, and they CAN BE, but aren't usually painful to the touch. I had to grow a beard in order to correct the crap on my neck and jawline. That worked like a charm If i get lucky, I can squeeze them, and a long rod of cheese like stuff comes out of them followed by a plug and clotted blood. They heal in about 3-4 days... There's usually a little
  5. Hi Acne.org Community! I'm new to the website and forum, but I'm seeking some advice here. I know most of you are experienced with the condition or have had some tremendous success working around it; hopefully you can help. Here's my story: I am 16 years old, I have type 1 diabetes, and I also have moderate acne. I get most of my acne on my cheeks, jawline, and body. My body acne, which actually was nonexistent until a few months ago, is crazy on my chest and shoulders (back area too). And
  6. I won't detail my full acne history here and save that for another thread. I started using myo-Inositol from a health food store, and my skin cleared quickly and dramatically. It cleared on my back, my face, and my chest, even most of my blackheads were gone. At the time I was using many other supplements, I was exercising and adhering to my personal acne diet (no soy, low sugar, emphasize vegetables, etc) so I was unsure of how much Inositol really contributed to the improvement. One by one
  7. Ok Hi! So I was just wondering.. guys have you got T1 Diabetes before or after accutane, I'm not really thinking of accutane right now, but I heard that people get T1 after accutane, so what could happen if you have T1 before that, btw stuff that has Cortisone raises my blood sugar up to heaven, does accutane has the same effect?
  8. Hey all. Since there is no cure for my acne, I am still researching Accutane. I have extreme doubts about it though and have done everything in my power NOT to go on it, even at low dose. However, I want to know what the reported risk of developing diabetes on Accutane might be at say, low doses ( 10 mg ) and such. Has anyone also here developed diabetes as a result of Accutane? Any input is appreciated...this decision is hard, and the depression from acne is hard to take. Edit: Can you mo
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